The top five homes that hit the market last week in Los Angeles County include one in the exclusive Bird Streets neighborhood. Listed at just under $30 million, the home is back on the market after a 32 percent price chop.
Combined, the five listings total $99.6 million.
The properties include another pricey one that’s back on the market: Actress-turned-location scout Ronnie Mellen’s Beverly Hills Post Office. She is seeking $25 million for the small home.
The data and information was pulled from the Multiple Listings Service and Redfin.
1677 N. Doheny Drive | Bird Streets | $29.8 million
The home was first listed for $44 million in 2017. The 32 percent price cut now would pencil the deal out at that price to $2,525 per square foot. The home is located on a 35,464 square foot lot. The 11,780-square-foot home was last purchased for $6.65 million in 2012, and has since been rebuilt. The home was custom-designed by a French family, which acquired the home through an entity registered to Jean-Jacques Allouche. It includes eight bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a den and library, a theater, and a spa. The property includes a guest house, pool and a 10-car motor court. Tomer Fridman and Sally Forster Jones with Compass have the listing.
2601 Summitridge Drive | Beverly Hills Post Office | $25 million
Mellen’s home has hit the market again for a skyhigh $16,700 per square foot. Located on 3 acres, the home was listed earlier this year for the same price. It includes two bedrooms and two bathrooms with under 1,500 square feet of space. The large property likely accounts for the equally substantial price tag. It is one of nine homes in the Summitridge gated community. The property comes with 24-hour guard protection and a 4,000-pound rock imported from Hawaii. Ginger Glass with Compass has the listing.
1200 Laurel Way | Beverly Hills | $19.9 million
This 13,000-square-foot contemporary residence is now under construction on more than a half-acre lot. The property was designed by architect Paul McClean and interior designer Waldo Fernandez. Craig Williams Construction is building it. The home is expected to be complete next December 2020. It will include six bedrooms and nine bathrooms, and views of both the city and the ocean. The property also includes a pool, fire pit lounge and an automobile gallery. It is owned by Sheldon Mintzberg, CEO at Canada-based Marine Investment Group. The property last sold for $9 million in 2015. Mauricio Umansky and Amir Jawaherian with The Agency have the listing.
750 Sarbonne Road | Bel Air | $14 million
North of UCLA and Sunset Boulevard, a nearly 40-year-old property has hit the market. The home 5,952 square feet and includes six bedrooms, six-and-a-half bathrooms, a game room with a bar, a sauna and a gym. The deal listing pencils out to about $2,351 per square foot. The home spans more than half an acre and includes a pool and pool house. It is owned by Chantelle Burnison. Jade Mills with Coldwell Banker has the listing.
1171 Chantilly Road | Bel Air | $11 million
The 10,670-square-foot Medeiterranean Villa was built in 2004, and includes six bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, a theater, surveillance security and a wine room. It measures out to about $1,030 per square foot. The owner is Shahin Abrishamchian, president of National Adult Day Health Care Inc. The property also includes a pool, a spa, and water walls. David Kramer with Hilton & Hyland and Akhtar Barlava with Coldwell Banker have the listing.